In the weeks leading up to the production, darkness enveloped anyone who entered the Sexson Auditorium. It is quiet, one’s own footsteps could be heard reverberating throughout the room. Even so, the stage is lit; the only signs of life come from the men knocking away at an incomplete set, and a few actors rehearsing diligently while the director oversees.
How feminism empowers heterosexual relationships
“I do not wish [women] to have power over men; but over themselves.”
Police Blotter: Person found asleep while taking a shower in the GM-building
Monday, Feb. 27 A hit and run occurred in Lot 10. A hit and run was reported in Lot 4. A counselor had her cellphone and pencil case stolen from her desk. Students were playing loud music and disturbing the peace in GM-105. They were advised to turn it down. Tuesday, Feb. 28 An unauthorized vendor was seen in the Galloway Plaza and was escorted off campus. Another unauthorized vendor was seen north of the Amphitheater and was also escorted off campus. A student reported …
Little felt animals take over Pasadena art gallery
In a small, quiet corner of Union Street and Arroyo Parkway, sits an eccentric art shop that showcases works as placid as the almost unnoticeable venue yet as powerful in meaning as the images they depict.
‘Yoga Squirrels’ free weekly yoga classes? ‘Nut’ for everyone
“Allow your breath to be heard. For yourself, but also for your neighbors around you. You may know the person sitting next to you, in front of you or behind you–you may not. The beauty is no matter what background you came from or what you do throughout your life, you all showed up today to practice focus and dedicating it to yourself.” Despite certified yoga instructor Casey Stroud’s motivational and uplifting introduction to the small yet seemingly enthusiastic yogis, all I could focus on …
Water polo’s reach at the Battle of the Beach
After a rough season with mixed performances resulting in a total 16 losses and seven wins, the PCC women’s water polo team ended their series of non-conference games with an undesirable finish at the two-day Battle at the Beach tournament hosted by Long Beach City College Friday and Saturday. The team originally held high hopes for the team with their first win at the start of the tournament against Southwestern College 11-1. Unfortunately, the same could not be said as they lost the next three …
‘Viva la raza!’ Celebrating PCC’s minority milestone
The Latino community has not always been the minority group with the best academic statistics. In 2014, the dropout rate for Latino youth ages 16 to 24 was the highest amongst any other group of students with about 10.6 percent. Latino students lag behind in higher education with only 15 percent of the population obtaining bachelor’s degrees, and only seven percent of people in graduate programs are Latino.
Student soars high in NASA contest
She.Codes computer science club president Kristiana Rendón was recently featured in an article by NASA for successfully leading PCC’s “Swarmathon” team in difficult programming competitions at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida earlier this year.
Pasadena swings into dance with former PCC students
Under magical string lights, amidst laughter, fervent smiles, and retro music permeating the air, exists a slightly-hidden time machine that transports Pasadena residents to the influential era of swing and ballroom dancing.
Don’t taco-flavor miss ‘South Park 20 Experience’
Eight thousand minutes, 1,714 characters, 267 episodes, 83 award nominations, 20 seasons, and one exhibit to commemorate it all.